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Thumperward: merge to podcast

Thu, 12 Jan 2012 10:17:54 GMT

merge to podcast ← Previous revision Revision as of 10:17, 12 January 2012 Line 1: Line 1: − {{Redirect|VODcast|the SeaChange technology|VODcast (SeaChange)}} + #REDIRECT [[podcast#Video podcasts]] − {{Refimprove|article|date=April 2007}}   − [[File:The Crab Nebula NASA.ogv|thumb|A video podcast on the [[Crab Nebula]] by [[NASA]]]]   − '''Video podcast''' (sometimes shortened to '''vodcast''') is a term used for the online delivery of [[video on demand]] [[video clip]] content via [[Atom (standard)|Atom]] or [[RSS enclosures]]. The term is used to distinguish between podcasts which most commonly contain audio files and those referring to the distribution of video where the [[RSS (file format)|RSS feed]] is used as a non-linear TV channel to which consumers can subscribe using a PC, TV, [[set-top box]], media center or mobile multimedia device. [[Web television]] series are often distributed as video podcasts.   −   − However, the term '''[[podcast]]''' has from its inception described the distribution of digital media files, including video and audio via [[RSS enclosures]] and hence the terms '''video podcast''', '''vodcast''', and less commonly '''vidcast''', are redundant.   −   − ==Technology and history==   − From a [[web server]], a video podcast can be distributed as a [[Computer file|file]] or as a [[streaming media|stream]]. Both methods have their advantages and disadvantages. Downloading complete video podcasts in advance gives the user the ability to play the video podcasts offline on, for example, a [[portable media player]]. A downloaded version can be watched many times with only one download, reducing bandwidth costs in this case. Streaming allows seeking (skipping portions of the file) without downloading the full video podcast, better statistics and lower bandwidth costs for the servers; however, users may have to face pauses in playback caused by slow transfer speeds.   −   − A [[podcast]] client may work with a separate, or integrated player. One such example of the latter is [[iTunes]], which is an unusual case of a [[web feed]] aggregator being added to a media player rather than vice versa.   −   − ==Timeline==   − * On 1 January 2004 [[Steve Garfield]] launches [http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/ his video blog] and declares that 2004 would be the year of the video blog.{{citation | year = 2004 | month = January | title = The Year of the Video Blog | url = http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/2004/01/ | first = Steve | last = Garfield}}.{{citation | title = I like to watch: Video blogging is ready for its close-up | url = http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/news_features/top/features/documents/05145823.asp | first = Mike | last = Miliard | publisher = Boston Phoenix}}.   −   − * On 1 November 2004 Steve Garfield launches Steve Garfield's VideoPodcast{{citation | url = http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videopodcast/2004/11/videopodcast_20.html | title = VideoPodcast | year = 2004 | month = November | date = 2004-11-01 | first = Steve | last = Garfield}}. to test distribution of RSS video enclosures with a video blog.{{citation | url = http://feeds.feedburner.com/SteveGarfieldsVideopodcast | format = RSS Feed | title = Video Podcast | first = Steve | last = Garfield | publisher = Feed burner}}.{{citation | url = http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=73799645 | publisher = Apple | title = iTunes feed}}.   −   − *On October 1, 2005 [[Terra: The Nature of Our World]] launched making it the first Natural History video podcast. It is produced in conjunction with the [[MSU MFA Program in Science & Natural History Fil[...]



Woohookitty: WPCleaner (v1.09) Repaired link to disambiguation page - (You can help) - Person of the Year

Mon, 19 Dec 2011 11:00:08 GMT

WPCleaner (v1.09) Repaired link to disambiguation page - (You can help) - Person of the Year ← Previous revision Revision as of 11:00, 19 December 2011 Line 22: Line 22:   * On June 8, 2006, the [[Germany|German]] [[Chancellor of Germany (Federal Republic)|chancellor]], [[Angela Merkel]], launched her video podcast via the Chancellor's website, making her the first [[head of government]] to issue a regular video podcast.{{citation | url = http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,2144,2046783,00.html | title = A New Vodcasting Star is Born: German Chancellor Merkel | series = Culture & Lifestyle | publisher = Deutsche Welle | date = 2006-08-06}}.   * On June 8, 2006, the [[Germany|German]] [[Chancellor of Germany (Federal Republic)|chancellor]], [[Angela Merkel]], launched her video podcast via the Chancellor's website, making her the first [[head of government]] to issue a regular video podcast.{{citation | url = http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,2144,2046783,00.html | title = A New Vodcasting Star is Born: German Chancellor Merkel | series = Culture & Lifestyle | publisher = Deutsche Welle | date = 2006-08-06}}.     − * On December 16, 2006, [[Time magazine]] named its [[Person of the Year]] as "You", referring to independent content creators on the web and video podcasters in particular. [[Crash Test Kitchen]], a video podcast begun in April 2005 by home cooks Waz and Lenny, was featured in the magazine as an example of this phenomenon. The magazine itself was a distinctive issue that featured a flexible mirror on the cover. + * On December 16, 2006, [[Time magazine]] named its [[Time Magazine Person of the Year|Person of the Year]] as "You", referring to independent content creators on the web and video podcasters in particular. [[Crash Test Kitchen]], a video podcast begun in April 2005 by home cooks Waz and Lenny, was featured in the magazine as an example of this phenomenon. The magazine itself was a distinctive issue that featured a flexible mirror on the cover.       * On April 13, 2007, the [[United Kingdom|British]] [[panel game]] ''[[Have I Got News for You]]'' started to broadcast a vodcast called ''Have I Got News for You: The Inevitable Internet Spin-off''. The first HIGNFY vodcast was presented by [[Jeremy Clarkson]].   * On April 13, 2007, the [[United Kingdom|British]] [[panel game]] ''[[Have I Got News for You]]'' started to broadcast a vodcast called ''Have I Got News for You: The Inevitable Internet Spin-off''. The first HIGNFY vodcast was presented by [[Jeremy Clarkson]]. [...]



Rjwilmsi: cite parameter clean up using AWB (7861)

Sat, 26 Nov 2011 10:24:27 GMT

cite parameter clean up using AWB (7861) ← Previous revision Revision as of 10:24, 26 November 2011 Line 4: Line 4:   '''Video podcast''' (sometimes shortened to '''vodcast''') is a term used for the online delivery of [[video on demand]] [[video clip]] content via [[Atom (standard)|Atom]] or [[RSS enclosures]]. The term is used to distinguish between podcasts which most commonly contain audio files and those referring to the distribution of video where the [[RSS (file format)|RSS feed]] is used as a non-linear TV channel to which consumers can subscribe using a PC, TV, [[set-top box]], media center or mobile multimedia device. [[Web television]] series are often distributed as video podcasts.   '''Video podcast''' (sometimes shortened to '''vodcast''') is a term used for the online delivery of [[video on demand]] [[video clip]] content via [[Atom (standard)|Atom]] or [[RSS enclosures]]. The term is used to distinguish between podcasts which most commonly contain audio files and those referring to the distribution of video where the [[RSS (file format)|RSS feed]] is used as a non-linear TV channel to which consumers can subscribe using a PC, TV, [[set-top box]], media center or mobile multimedia device. [[Web television]] series are often distributed as video podcasts.     − However, the term '''[[podcast]]''' has from its inception described the distribution of digital media files, including video and audio via [[RSS enclosures]] and hence the terms '''video podcast''', '''vodcast''', and less commonly '''vidcast''', are redundant. + However, the term '''[[podcast]]''' has from its inception described the distribution of digital media files, including video and audio via [[RSS enclosures]] and hence the terms '''video podcast''', '''vodcast''', and less commonly '''vidcast''', are redundant.       ==Technology and history==   ==Technology and history== Line 14: Line 14:   * On 1 January 2004 [[Steve Garfield]] launches [http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/ his video blog] and declares that 2004 would be the year of the video blog.{{citation | year = 2004 | month = January | title = The Year of the Video Blog | url = http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/2004/01/ | first = Steve | last = Garfield}}.{{citation | title = I like to watch: Video blogging is ready for its close-up | url = http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/news_features/top/features/documents/05145823.asp | first = Mike | last = Miliard | publisher = Boston Phoenix}}.   * On 1 January 2004 [[Steve Garfield]] launches [http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/ his video blog] and declares that 2004 would be the year of the video blog.{{citation | year = 2004 | month = January | title = The Year of the Video Blog | url = http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/2004/01/ | first = Steve | last = Garfield}}.{{citation | title = I like to watch: Video blogging is ready for its close-up | url = http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/news_features/top/features/documents/05145823.asp | first = Mike | last = Miliard | publisher = Boston Phoenix}}.     − * On 1 November 2004 Steve Garfield launches Steve Garfield's VideoPodcast{{citation | url = http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videopodcast/2004/11/videopodcast_20.html | title = VideoPodcast | year = 2004 | month = November | date = 2004-11-1 | first = Steve | last = Garfield}}. to test distribution of RSS video enclosures with a video blog.{{citation | url = http://feeds.feedburner.com/SteveGarfieldsVideopodcast | format = RSS Feed | title = Video Podcast | first = Steve | last = Garfield | publisher = Feed burner}}.{{citation | url = http://phobos.app[...]



Softdevusa: /* Video podcast software */

Wed, 08 Jun 2011 12:33:18 GMT

Video podcast software

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=== Video podcast software ===
 
=== Video podcast software ===
 
*[[Miro (software)]]
 
*[[Miro (software)]]
* Camtasia Studio
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* [[Camtasia Studio]]
   
 
==References==
 
==References==



Softdevusa: /* Video podcast software */

Wed, 08 Jun 2011 12:31:44 GMT

Video podcast software

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=== Video podcast software ===
 
=== Video podcast software ===
 
*[[Miro (software)]]
 
*[[Miro (software)]]
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* Camtasia Studio
   
 
==References==
 
==References==



Leandrod: Hyperl.

Tue, 08 Feb 2011 17:01:50 GMT

Hyperl. ← Previous revision Revision as of 17:01, 8 February 2011 Line 16: Line 16:   * On 1 November 2004 Steve Garfield launches Steve Garfield's VideoPodcast{{citation | url = http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videopodcast/2004/11/videopodcast_20.html | title = VideoPodcast | year = 2004 | month = November | date = 2004-11-1 | first = Steve | last = Garfield}}. to test distribution of RSS video enclosures with a video blog.{{citation | url = http://feeds.feedburner.com/SteveGarfieldsVideopodcast | format = RSS Feed | title = Video Podcast | first = Steve | last = Garfield | publisher = Feed burner}}.{{citation | url = http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=73799645 | publisher = Apple | title = iTunes feed}}.   * On 1 November 2004 Steve Garfield launches Steve Garfield's VideoPodcast{{citation | url = http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videopodcast/2004/11/videopodcast_20.html | title = VideoPodcast | year = 2004 | month = November | date = 2004-11-1 | first = Steve | last = Garfield}}. to test distribution of RSS video enclosures with a video blog.{{citation | url = http://feeds.feedburner.com/SteveGarfieldsVideopodcast | format = RSS Feed | title = Video Podcast | first = Steve | last = Garfield | publisher = Feed burner}}.{{citation | url = http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=73799645 | publisher = Apple | title = iTunes feed}}.     − *On October 1, 2005 [[Terra: The Nature of Our World]] launched making it the first Natural History video podcast. It is produced in conjunction with the [[MSU MFA Program in Science & Natural History Filmmaking]] at [[Montana State University - Bozeman|Montana State University]], [[Filmmakers for Conservation]], and [[PBS]].{{citation | url = http://www.lifeonterra.com/aboutus | title = About us | publisher = Life on Terra}}. + *On October 1, 2005 [[Terra: The Nature of Our World]] launched making it the first Natural History video podcast. It is produced in conjunction with the [[MSU MFA Program in Science & Natural History Filmmaking]] at the [[Montana State University – Bozeman]], [[Filmmakers for Conservation]], and [[PBS]].{{citation | url = http://www.lifeonterra.com/aboutus | title = About us | publisher = Life on Terra}}.     − *On October 14, 2005 [[Steve Jobs]] introduced the new "iPod with video" at the Keynote speech of [[Macworld]] 2005. The Video podcasts [[Tiki Bar TV]] and [[Rocketboom]] are mentioned, and Jobs shows a brief clip of [[Tiki Bar TV]] to the audience. The image of [[Kevin Gamble (netcaster)|Kevin Gamble]], one of the co-creators of Tiki Bar TV, is featured on Apple's homepage for a month next to [[U2]]'s [[Bono]]. + *On October 14, 2005 [[Steve Jobs]] introduced the new "iPod with video" at the Keynote speech of [[Macworld]] 2005. The Video podcasts [[Tiki Bar TV]] and [[Rocketboom]] are mentioned, and Jobs shows a brief clip of [[Tiki Bar TV]] to the audience. The image of [[Kevin Gamble (netcaster)| Kevin Gamble]], one of the co-creators of Tiki Bar TV, is featured on Apple's homepage for a month next to [[U2]]'s [[Bono]].       * On June 8, 2006, the [[Germany|German]] [[Chancellor of Germany (Federal Republic)|chancellor]], [[Angela Merkel]], launched her video podcast via the Chancellor's website, making her the first [[head of government]] to issue a regular video podcast.{{citation | url = http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,2144,2046783,00.html | title = A New Vodcasting Star is Born: German Chancellor Merkel | series = Culture & Lifestyle | publisher = Deutsche Welle | date = 2006-8-6}}.



Leandrod: Refer. format.

Tue, 08 Feb 2011 16:55:12 GMT

Refer. format. ← Previous revision Revision as of 16:55, 8 February 2011 Line 12: Line 12:       ==Timeline==   ==Timeline== − * On 1 January 2004 [[Steve Garfield]] launches [http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/ his video blog] and declares that 2004 would be the year of the video blog.2004: The Year of the Video Blog [http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/2004/01/index.html Steve Garfield]I like to watch: Video blogging is ready for its close-up [http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/news_features/top/features/documents/05145823.asp Mike Miliard, Boston Phoenix] + * On 1 January 2004 [[Steve Garfield]] launches [http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/ his video blog] and declares that 2004 would be the year of the video blog.{{citation | year = 2004 | month = January | title = The Year of the Video Blog | url = http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/2004/01/ | first = Steve | last = Garfield}}.{{citation | title = I like to watch: Video blogging is ready for its close-up | url = http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/news_features/top/features/documents/05145823.asp | first = Mike | last = Miliard | publisher = Boston Phoenix}}.     − * On 1 November 2004 [[Steve Garfield]] launches [http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videopodcast/2004/11/videopodcast_20.html Steve Garfield's VideoPodcast] to test distribution of RSS video enclosures with a video blog. [http://feeds.feedburner.com/SteveGarfieldsVideopodcast RSS Feed] [http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=73799645 iTunes feed] + * On 1 November 2004 Steve Garfield launches Steve Garfield's VideoPodcast{{citation | url = http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videopodcast/2004/11/videopodcast_20.html | title = VideoPodcast | year = 2004 | month = November | date = 2004-11-1 | first = Steve | last = Garfield}}. to test distribution of RSS video enclosures with a video blog.{{citation | url = http://feeds.feedburner.com/SteveGarfieldsVideopodcast | format = RSS Feed | title = Video Podcast | first = Steve | last = Garfield | publisher = Feed burner}}.{{citation | url = http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=73799645 | publisher = Apple | title = iTunes feed}}.     − *On October 1, 2005 [[Terra: The Nature of Our World]] launched making it the first Natural History video podcast. It is produced in conjunction with the [[MSU MFA Program in Science & Natural History Filmmaking|MFA program in Science & Natural History Filmmaking]] at [[Montana State University - Bozeman|Montana State University]], [[Filmmakers for Conservation]], and [[PBS]].http://www.lifeonterra.com/aboutus + *On October 1, 2005 [[Terra: The Nature of Our World]] launched making it the first Natural History video podcast. It is produced in conjunction with the [[MSU MFA Program in Science & Natural History Filmmaking]] at [[Montana State University - Bozeman|Montana State University]], [[Filmmakers for Conservation]], and [[PBS]].{{citation | url = http://www.lifeonterra.com/aboutus | title = About us | publisher = Life on Terra}}.       *On October 14, 2005 [[Steve Jobs]] introduced the new "iPod with video" at the Keynote speech of [[Macworld]] 2005. The Video podcasts [[Tiki Bar TV]] and [[Rocketboom]] are mentioned, and Jobs shows a brief clip of [[Tiki Bar TV]] to the audience. The image of [[Kevin Gamble (netcaster)|Kevin Gamble]], one of the co-creators of Tiki Bar TV, is featured on Apple's homepage for a month ne[...]



80.63.2.124: /* External links */

Fri, 14 Jan 2011 10:28:58 GMT

‎External links ← Previous revision Revision as of 10:28, 14 January 2011 Line 49: Line 49:   This section is for listing sites that list many, many directories within their site. Any link added to this section should not only meet the requirements of all Wikipedia external links, but should also list only directories and not actually be a specific podcast directory IE: iTunes, Podcast Alley, Podcast Pickle.   This section is for listing sites that list many, many directories within their site. Any link added to this section should not only meet the requirements of all Wikipedia external links, but should also list only directories and not actually be a specific podcast directory IE: iTunes, Podcast Alley, Podcast Pickle.   -->   -->   + *[http://podfreaks.com/ podfreaks.com] (directory of video podcast directories, supports mobile devices via HTML5)   *[http://www.videopodcasts.tv/ videopodcasts.tv] (directory of video podcast directories)   *[http://www.videopodcasts.tv/ videopodcasts.tv] (directory of video podcast directories)     [...]



Excirial: Reverted edits by 66.61.47.244 to last revision by ClueBot NG (HG)

Thu, 18 Nov 2010 22:10:10 GMT

Reverted edits by 66.61.47.244 to last revision by ClueBot NG (HG) ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:10, 18 November 2010 Line 10: Line 10:       A [[podcast]] client may work with a separate, or integrated player. One such example of the latter is [[iTunes]], which is an unusual case of a [[web feed]] aggregator being added to a media player rather than vice versa.   A [[podcast]] client may work with a separate, or integrated player. One such example of the latter is [[iTunes]], which is an unusual case of a [[web feed]] aggregator being added to a media player rather than vice versa. −   − It deliver's fast video's in seconds.         ==Timeline==   ==Timeline== [...]



66.61.47.244: /* Technology and history */

Thu, 18 Nov 2010 22:09:49 GMT

‎Technology and history ← Previous revision Revision as of 22:09, 18 November 2010 Line 10: Line 10:       A [[podcast]] client may work with a separate, or integrated player. One such example of the latter is [[iTunes]], which is an unusual case of a [[web feed]] aggregator being added to a media player rather than vice versa.   A [[podcast]] client may work with a separate, or integrated player. One such example of the latter is [[iTunes]], which is an unusual case of a [[web feed]] aggregator being added to a media player rather than vice versa.   +   + It deliver's fast video's in seconds.       ==Timeline==   ==Timeline== [...]